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Zend Developer Zone:
Zend Webinar Wednesdays Zend Framework 1.0 - An Overview
June 12, 2007 @ 12:48:00

The Zend Developer Zone has an announcement about another "Webinar Wednesday" that Zend is putting on June 20th focusing on the Zend Framework (version 1.0).

The Zend Framework is emerging as the preferred PHP programmer's toolkit for designing Web applications with best practices. In the month's prior to the 1.0 release, Zend Framework had over 1 million downloads and multiple commercial products are already being developed with Zend Framework. In this webinar, Bill Karwin, Product Engineering Manager, will provide an overview of the design philosophy, the major components of the framework and its future directions. Topics will cover MVC, Search, Data Access, Web Services, Filter, Authentication, Cache and more.

You can sign up by going to the conference's website and entering all of your information. Details on how to connect and when will be sent to your email. The event if free of charge, so there's no reason not to come and get the latest scoop on this powerful framework's upcoming version.

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